Cell Structure Reagents and Kits

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CellVue Diluent C (For CellVue™ Cell Labeling Kits) Invitrogen™

Diluent C is the Buffer required for the dilution of the dyes in the CellVue™ Cell Labeling Kits. Please refer to the specific labeling kit for instructions of use. Reported Application Flow Cytometric Analysis, Microscopy

YOYO™-1 Iodide (491/509) - 1 mM Solution in DMSO Invitrogen™

One of our highest affinity nucleic acid stains, the cell-impermeant YOYO-1 stain shows over a thousand-fold increase in its green fluorescence when bound to dsDNA. YOYO-1 stain has proved extremely useful in the analysis of single molecules of DNA.

Yeast Vacuole Membrane Marker MDY-64 Invitrogen™

MDY-64 is a green-fluorescent yeast vacuole membrane stain.

FM™ 1-43 Dye (N-(3-Triethylammoniumpropyl)-4-(4-(Dibutylamino) Styryl) Pyridinium Dibromide) Invitrogen™

FM 1-43 membrane probe is an excellent reagent both for identifying actively firing neurons and for investigating the mechanisms of activity-dependent vesicle cycling. This water-soluble dye, which is nontoxic to cells and virtually nonfluorescent in aqueous medium, is believed to insert into the...

LysoTracker™ Yellow HCK-123 - Special Packaging Invitrogen™

LysoTracker® Yellow HCK-123 is a yellow fluorescent dye that stains acidic compartments in live cells with excitation/emission maxima ∼465/535 nm.

MitoTracker™ Green FM - Special Packaging Invitrogen™

MitoTracker Green FM is green-fluorescent mitochondrial stain which appears to localize to mitochondria regardless of mitochondrial membrane potential. The dye will stain live cells but is not well-retained after aldehyde fixation.

Phalloidin Invitrogen™

Unlabeled phalloidin can be used as a control in blocking F-acting staining or in promoting actin polymerization. can be used as a control in blocking F-acting staining or in promoting actin polymerization.

POPO™-1 Iodide (434/456) - 1 mM Solution in DMSO Invitrogen™

POPO™-1 iodide is a high-affinity nucleic acid stain based upon a symmetric cyanine dye dimer that is essentially nonfluorescent in the absence of nucleic acids that exhibits excitation/emission maxima ∼434/456 nm when bound to nucleic acids.

Hoechst 33258, Pentahydrate (bis-Benzimide) - FluoroPure™ Grade Invitrogen™

Because it is manufactured at our ISO 9001—certified facilities in Eugene, Oregon, we can guarantee that FluoroPure Grade Hoechst 33258 is greater than or equal to 98% pure by HPLC.

Hoechst 34580 Invitrogen™

This bisbenzimide dye, Hoechst 34580, is related to the important minor-groove binding, dsDNA-selective dyes Hoechst 33258 and Hoechst 33342. Hoechst 34580 has somewhat longer-wavelength spectra than the other Hoechst dyes when bound to nucleic acids [Howard Shapiro, personal communication].

HCS LipidTOX™ Red Neutral Lipid Stain, for cellular imaging Invitrogen™

The intracellular accumulation of neutral lipids, steatosis, is often triggered by drugs that affect the metabolism of fatty acids and/or neutral lipids. HCS LipidTOX™ Red neutral lipid stain was developed to characterize the potentially toxic effects of compounds on lipid metabolism in mammalian...

Hoechst 33258, Pentahydrate (bis-Benzimide) - 10 mg/mL Solution in Water Invitrogen™

Hoechst 33258 nucleic acid stain is a popular nuclear counterstain that emits blue fluorescence when bound to dsDNA. Its uses are similar to Hoechst 33342 (H-1399) for counterstaining, apoptosis and cell cycle studies, but Hoechst 33258 is reportedly less cell-permeant.

HCS LipidTOX™ Green Neutral Lipid Stain, for cellular imaging Invitrogen™

The intracellular accumulation of neutral lipids, steatosis, is often triggered by drugs that affect the metabolism of fatty acids and/or neutral lipids. HCS LipidTOX™ Green neutral lipid stain was developed to characterize the potentially toxic effects of compounds on lipid metabolism in mammalian...

CellLight™ Early Endosomes-RFP, BacMam 2.0 Invitrogen™

CellLight® Early Endosomes-RFP, BacMam 2.0, provides an easy way to label early endosomes with red fluorescent protein (RFP) in live cells. Simply add the reagent to your cells, incubate overnight, and the cells are ready to image in the morning. Want to label other cell structures?

CellLight™ Histone 2B-RFP, BacMam 2.0 Invitrogen™

CellLight® Histone 2B-RFP, BacMam 2.0, provides an easy way to label histone 2b with red fluorescent protein (RFP) in live cells. Simply add the reagent to your cells, incubate overnight, and the cells are ready to image in the morning. Want to label other cell structures?
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